Which Car Should You Lease?

Last Updated: 11th Jul 2017
Which Car Should You Lease?

26th March 2015

When leasing a car it’s always good to know exactly what you want before you make your decision. It’s important to think about what you want from your car and your driving experience. There’s a lot to consider such as how much you want to spend, which style of car, and how much mileage you’re planning on doing within a year. You might also want to consider no deposit car leasing. At Hippo we have a wide range of vehicles to suit all of your needs and find the best car for you.

The Low Budget Car

If budget is the most important aspect for you when leasing a car, then a low budget car is the way forward. You’ll want a car that’s not only cheap to lease, but cheap to run and has a low tax cost (or no tax at all). A car that we feel suits this category very well is the Chevrolet Spark. It’s a little car that ticks all of the boxes if you’re watching your money. The 1.0i 5dr hatchback Spark will get you 55.40mpg, which is very decent, and is incredibly cheap to tax. As one of our cheapest car deals, it’s a great choice if you want to be kind to your wallet.

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The Family Car

If you've got a family to consider, or just appreciate lots of cabin space, then a bigger car will suit you best. You’ll want something that offers you space up front in the driver’s seat so that you can get comfortable, but also something that will comfortably seat 3 or more people in the back. If you’re carting around a lot of things, such as luggage for the whole family, then you’ll want to consider boot space too. A car that offers you all of this is the Hyundai i30. A fantastically spacious car that offers room for the whole family, and is very safe and reliable.

The Convertible

Looking for something fast and stylish? A convertible might be the right choice for you. If you like cruising down country roads in the summer with the top down, then a convertible is the answer. Although they are great for travelling in style, there isn’t an awful lot of space in them, so passengers and luggage will have to be kept to a minimum. Convertibles offer you a luxurious and thrilling driving experience, so they are pricier than the average car, but definitely worth it. If you’re considering a convertible, the BMW 4 series convertible won’t let you down.

The Business Car

If you’re looking for a car or a fleet of cars for your business, then a business lease car will be the best option for you. Ideally you’ll be looking for something sleek and stylish that gives off a very professional image. It’s also good to consider a car that is reliable and cost-effective as a fleet vehicle. A fantastic option for a business car would be the Vauxhall Astra. WhatCar? says the Astra has ‘sharp looks, great quality, good refinement and secure handling’. Definitely a worthwhile business car.

The City Car

The mark of a good city car is one that balances great running costs, agile handling and ease of parking. If this sounds like something you need, then you should definitely consider a city car. The Volkswagen Up is a great option for this. It has great mpg of 60-68mpg depending on which engine you opt for, and handles itself efficiently on those twisty roads. It also just the right size for parking in those difficult spots. Overall it’s a fantastic car for zipping around the city.

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